Barclay Lake, Stone Lake, and Eagle Lake

Baring, Washington 98224

Barclay Lake, Stone Lake, and Eagle Lake

Barclay Lake, Stone Lake, and Eagle Lake Professional Review and Guide

"This is the best of hikes, this is the worst of hikes. Well, not really. But it is a tale of two trails. The first offers a relaxing walk through beautiful forest to reach Barclay Lake, and the second continues on a rough and steep climb to remote Eagle Lake, less than 2 miles farther away but much harder to reach. In between, unheralded but scenic Stone Lake rests in a high mountain saddle.

Scenery includes plant life, subalpine meadows, wildflowers, an old cabin, and mountain views. Note that traffic is heavy to Barclay Lake, but low to Eagle Lake."

Barclay Lake, Stone Lake, and Eagle Lake Reviews

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9/29/2009
Nice combination of river; and meadow hike for kids. The double washed out crossing is a little dicey with a kid on my back and 5 year olds in toe but with a minimum of two adults or a safety line it's doable.
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Barclay Lake, Stone Lake, and Eagle Lake Photos

Trail Information

Baring
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
7.5
Distance
1,900 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy to Difficult
Skill Level
3 to 8 hours
Duration
Hikable spring–fall (Eagle Lake, summer–fall)
Season
2,000 feet
Trailhead Elevation
3,900 feet
Top Elevation
Green Trails: Monte Cristo 143; USGS Baring
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018